A musician is playing on a public piano. This man walks up and blows everyone away.

Nothing unites individuals like great music. You don’t need to talk the same dialect to have the capacity to impart in this universal dialect that rises above all the typical dialect obstructions. This thought was demonstrated on March 13, 2015, when two travelers met up to perform an excellent interpretation of Ludovico Einaudi’s “Una Mattina” at a piano in a train station in Paris.
A train company chose to put a piano in its Paris station in 2013 for individuals to play while they were sitting tight for the train. Almost all French stations have pianos. These instruments have gotten to be known as “a vous de jouer” pianos, which interpreted signifies “it’s your turn to play.” People alternate playing whatever they feel like at the pianos, and passers-by get the chance to appreciate offhand “shows.”

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